Every player who plays MMORPG or Massive Multiplayer Online RPG has their own specific reason. Some are for its gameplay, and some are for its guild and multiplayer system. No matter what their reason is, they end up playing it and become a loyal fan of this subgenre of RPG. So now let me present you these 7 best MMORPG in all platforms, if you think you are fond of playing the subgenre.
1. Black Desert Mobile (Android, iOS)
Black Desert is a MMORPG developed by a Korean company, Pearl Abyss which was released in January, 2018 for Southeast Asia region (PC). Being unable to be played worldwide, the developer decided to bring the mobile version globally in 2019. Not only graphical beauty, Black Desert Mobile offers you a realistic gameplay mechanic along with dozen of classes that you can try.
2. EVE Online (PC)
EVE Online is a space-based, persistent world MMORPG developed and published by CCP Games in 2003. Players can participate in a numbers of in-game professions and activities, including mining, piracy, manufacturing, trading, exploration, and combat. There are also a lot of spaceship crafts that you can utilize to raise the attack, damage, and defense of your spaceship in order to survive in the space combat.
3. TERA (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC)
TERA is a Korean MMORPG developed by BlueHole Inc. and En Masse Entertainment. This game is classified as an action MMORPG, and offers you an exciting and addictive gameplay just like when you play other MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) games. Without the need of you to spend any cash, it promises a nice gameplay mechanism along with its features, especially for you who love PvP and PvE.
4. ArcheAge (PC)
ArcheAge is a MMORPG developed by Korean developer Jake Song and his development company, XL Games. The game was released initially in Korea in 2013 and then globally released in Europe and North America a year after. The game is described as “sandpark” MMORPG, which the developers say is a hybrid of open content style of “sandbox” game and more structured play of a “theme park” game.
5. Neverwinter (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC)
Neverwinter is a free-to-play MMORPG developed by Cryptic Studios and released by Perfect World Entertainment for Microsoft Windows in 2013, Xbox One in 2015, and PlayStation 4 in 2016. The game is based on the fictional Forgotten Realms city of Neverwinter from Dungeons & Dragons. Neverwinter is a standalone game and not part of the previous Neverwinter Nights series.
Players can become one of eight Dungeons & Dragons character classes and form group of up to five player characters. Neverwinter was originally based on a modified version of the Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition rules set. This includes the use of healing powers and Action Points, the latter of which is implemented through a system referred to as Dailies, allowing a player to perform a special ability by accumulating enough action points.
6. Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC)
Star Wars: The Old Republic is a MMORPG based in the Star Wars universe. The game was developed by BioWare Austin and a supplemental team at BioWare Edmonton. Star Wars: The Old Republic was released for the Microsoft Windows platform on December 20, 2011 in North America and part of Europe.
The story takes place in the Star Wars universe shortly after the establishment of a tenuous peace between the re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. The game features eight different classes with each of it have a three act storyline that progresses as the character levels up. Players join either the Sith Empire or the Republic, but players may possess morality at any point along the light/dark spectrum.
7. Path of Exile (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC)
Path of Exile is a free-to-play action RPG developed and published by Grinding Gear Games. The game was initially released for PC in, 2013, Xbox One version in 2017, and PlayStation 4 version in 2019. Players will control a single character from an overhead perspective and explores large outdoor areas and caves or dungeons, battling monsters and fulfilling quests from NPCs.
Path of Exile has a job classification just like the other MMORPG with its own plus and minus. Players can strengthen the skills from the chosen class and utilize them in a challenging combat. Not only that, this game also has barter mechanism that cannot be found in the other RPG out there. The realistic world and atmosphere can bring players to enjoy the game in beautiful visuals.
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MMORPG is not something new for us RPG lovers. It was found long before in the past and still developing. And with the improvement in technology recently, this subgenre of RPG now has more to offer in terms of graphics. And my favorite is Path of Exile I think. Somehow the overhead perspective caught my attention and I think it suits me well enough in playing this kind of game.
Which one is your best MMORPG from the list? Are you playing MMORPG? Please leave your comment below.